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Adding an offset formula to my macro

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    Adding an offset formula to my macro

    Hi guys,

    I have some data input and ive recorded a macro to merge that info into a nother worksheet.

    When i type in different information in i would like to run the same macro but when it merges that information to the other worksheet i would like it to copy to the next available row. Maybe an offset formula?

    My macro is as below. Can someone please help me and let me know where i should put the offset formula?

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    ANy help would be great. Thanks!!
    Last edited by latin_quarter; 09-13-2009 at 06:46 PM.

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    Re: Adding an offset formula to my macro

    Please take a few minutes to read the forum rules, and then edit your post to add code tags.

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    Re: Adding an offset formula to my macro

    I'd be happy to look at this issue with you. If you would provide a sample copy of your workbook (with existing macros) that illustrates what you have and what you'd like the results to be, I'm fairly certain we can make it happen.

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